INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
SWAN 1000
PASSIVE INFRARED & MICROWAVE DETECTOR With PET IMMUNITY
PRODUCT FEATURES
DETECTOR INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
DETECTOR CONNECTION
The detector can either be wall or corner mounted.
If ceiling or special wall mounting is required, use the
optional bracket base. Refer to bracket description.
(See fig. 7).
A new generation of professional movement
spread spectrum analyzing PIR & MW
detectors with PET immune function.
The Swan 1000 is a combination of PIR & MW
detectors, providing protection from intruders by PYRO
sensor element and MW (based on Doppler concept).
Using micro controller for PIR & MW signal analyzing,
with special ASIC technology for PIR pulse processing,
assures “false alarm free” operation.
•
Quad (Four element) PYRO sensor and hard
lens for outstanding detection performance and
elimination of false alarms.
•
Microwave detection based on Doppler concept.
•
Unique Microwave Motion Sensor Module with
microstrip patch antenna.
•
VLSI based electronics with movement speed
spectrum analysis.
•
Height installation calibrations free.
•
User-friendly installation with or w/o swivel
bracket.
•
2-way Microwave sensitivity adjustment.
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2-way PIR sensitivity adjustment.
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Bi directional temperature compensation.
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Environmental immunity.
•
The Swan 1000 provides pet immunity up to
25Kg. Pet active bellow 1m.
1. To remove the front cover, unscrew the holding screw
and gently raise the front cover.
Terminal 2 - Marked “ + ” (+12V)
Connect to a positive Voltage of 8.2 -16Vdc source
(usually from the alarm control unit)
Terminals 3 & 4 - Marked “ TAMP ”
If a Tamper function is required connect these
terminals to a 24-hour normally closed protective zone
in the control unit. If the front cover of the detector is
opened, an immediate alarm signal will be sent to the
control unit.
Terminals 5 & 8 - Marked “ EOL ” – End of line option.
Fig.1
2. To remove the PC board, carefully unscrew the
holding screw located on the PC board.
3. Break out the desired holes for proper installation.
AA
C
C
The Swan 1000 performs better when provided with a
constant and stable environment.
B
C
C
B
TESTING THE DETECTOR
Wait for one minute warm up time after applying
12 Vdc power. Conduct testing with the protected area
cleared of all people.
Walk test
A
D
B
AVOID THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS
 Facing direct sunlight.
 Facing areas that may change temperature
rapidly.
 Areas where there are air ducts or substantial
airflows.
Terminals 6 & 7 - Marked “ RELAY ”
These are the output relay contacts of the detector.
Connect to a normally closed zone in the control panel.
Holding screw
SELECT MOUNTING LOCATION
Choose a location most likely to intercept an intruder.
(Our recommendation is a corner installation). See
detection pattern – fig.4. The quad-element high
quality sensor detects motion crossing the beam; it is
slightly less sensitive detecting motion toward the
detector.
Recommended mounting height – 1.8m-2.4m.
Terminal 1 - Marked “ - ” (GND)
Connect to the negative Voltage or ground of the
control panel.
A. Wire access holes
B. Use for flat wall
mounting
C. Corner mounting use all 4 holes.
Sharp left or right
angle mounting use 2 holes (top
and bottom)
D. For bracket
mounting
1. Remove front cover.
Set LED to ON position.
2. Reassemble the front cover.
3. Start walking slowly across the detection zone.
4. Observe that the red LED lights whenever motion is
detected.
5. Allow 5 sec. between each test for the detector to
stabilize.
6. After the walk test is completed, you can set the LED
to OFF position.
NOTE:
Walk tests should be conducted, at least once a year,
to confirm proper operation and coverage of the
detector.
B
Fig. 2
4. The circular and rectangular indentations at the
bottom base are the knockout holes for wire entry.
You may also use mounting holes that are not in use
for running the wiring into the detector.(For option
with bracket - lead wire through the bracket – fig.7)
5. Mount the detector base to the wall, corner or ceiling.
(For option with bracket see fig.7).
6. Reinstall the PC board by fully tightening the holding
screw. Connect wire to terminal block.
7. Replace the cover by inserting it back in the
appropriate closing pins and screw in the holding
screw.
Fig.3
Y
0
H
X
10
2
1
9
3
4
5
6
7
8
Table 1:
##
a
X
Y
0
180°
0
10,5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
130° 100° 84°
75°
70°
60°
52°
40°
30°
20°
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
28,5
6,09 7,15 6,98 8,01 10,5 10,39 10,24 8,73 7,23 5,03
X,Y are corresponds (m) of pattern points when H=30m
Fig.5
Fig.4
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
SWAN 1000
PASSIVE INFRARED & MICROWAVE DETECTOR With PET IMMUNITY
SETTING UP THE DETECTOR
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
RANGE ADJUSTMENT
LED INDICATION OF ALARM SIGNAL
Switch 1 of dipswitch DIP-5 use for setting - LED
Enable / Disable
Position Up – ON - LED ENABLE
The RED LED will activate when the detector
is in alarm condition.
Position Down – OFF - LED DISABLE
The LEDS are disabled.
Note: the state of the switch “LED” does not affect the
operation of the relay.
When an intrusion is detected, the LED will activate
and the alarm relay will switch into alarm condition for 2
sec.
LED INDICATORS:
YELLOW LED - MW detection’s
GREEN LED - PIR detection’s
RED
LED - Alarm
PIR SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT
Switch 2 of dipswitch DIP5 use for setting the PULSE
count function in order to provide PIR sensitivity control
according to the environment.
Position Down – OFF – High sensitivity
For stable environments.
Position Up – ON – Low sensitivity
For harsh environments.
“MW” POTENTIOMETER– adjustments
according to protected area range- see fig.5.
Detection Method
Quad element PIR &
microwave pulse Doppler
The potentiometer at mid-scale is equivalent to a
distance of 15m, at min-scale – 7m.
Rotate the potentiometer clockwise to increase range,
counter-clockwise to decrease range.
Power Input
8.2 to 16 Vdc
Current Draw
Active : 25.5 mA
Standby: 16.5 mA
Dimension change according to installation
location and room size.
“PIR” POTENTIOMETER– adjustment
according to protected area range.
Use the Potentiometer marked “PIR” to adjust the
detection sensitivity between 15% and 100%,
according to walk test in the protected area.
(Factory setting is 57%)
Rotate the potentiometer clockwise to increase range,
counter-clockwise to decrease range.
After adjusting the sensitivity perform a walk test
to verify optimum correct sensitivity in the
protected area.
Temperature
Compensation
YES
Alarm Period
2 +/- 1 sec
Alarm Output
N.C 28Vdc 0.1 A with
10 Ohm series protection
resistors
Tamper Switch
N.C 28Vdc 0.1A with
10 Ohm series protection
resistor - open when
cover is removed
Warm Up Period
1 min
LED Indicator
Yellow LED is blinking
during warm up period
and self testing
Red LED: ON during
alarm
Green LED: PIR CHANNEL
Yellow LED: MW CHANNEL
BLOCK CONNECTOR
Dimensions
123mm x 62mm x 38mm
Weight
120gr
MW SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT
ANTENNA
DOPPLER
Switch 3 of dipswitch DIP5 use for setting the MW
function in order to provide MW sensitivity control
according to the environment.
Position Down – OFF – High sensitivity
For normal operation – immediate detection.
Position Up – ON – Low sensitivity
For harsh environments.
PET IMMUNITY SETTING
Switch 4 of dipswitch DIP5 use for setting the PET
Immune function - Up to 15Kg or 25Kg, depending on
the pet weight.
Position Up - ON
Immunity to an animal up to 15 kg
Position Down - OFF
Immunity to an animal up to 25 kg
TAMPER
PIR SENSITIVITY
ADJUSTMENT
MW SENSITIVITY
ADJUSTMENT
SETTING SWITCH
PYROSENSOR
Fig. 6
Ceiling bracket base
Wall bracket base
ALARM MODE SETTING
Switch 5 of dipswitch DIP5 use for setting the mode of
the detector.
Position Down-“AND” - The alarm signal occurred only
when both sensor signals (PIR & MW) are present at
the same time.
Position Up-“OR“- The alarm signal (relay activation)
occurred when one of the sensor signals (PIR & MW) is
present.
YOU MUST RESET THE DETECTOR BY DISCONNECT
POWER SUPPLY AND RECONNECT IT AFTER FEW
SECONDS.
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